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[texts]Oath of allegiance to the United State as Deputy Pay Master General [manuscript] - Reed, Thomas
Holograph, signed
Keywords: Loyalty oaths
Downloads: 27
[texts]Letter to General Benjamin Lincoln about financial chaos and John Adams' departure for Europe [manuscript] - Holten, Samuel, 1738-1816
Dated: Philadelphia, December 18, 1779
Keywords: Adams, John, 1735-1826
Downloads: 39
[texts]Letter to General Benjamin Lincoln about harbor defenses [manuscript] - Whipple, Abraham, 1733-1819
Dated: Charles Town, February 27, 1780
Downloads: 34
[texts]Letter to Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, thanking him for forwarding Gen. Lachlan McIntosh's orders [manuscript] - Rutledge, John, 1739-1800
Dated: Charleston, July 27, 1779
Downloads: 35
[texts]Letter to Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, urging him to hurry Massachusetts' troops from Bennington to Saratoga [manuscript] - Schuyler, Philip John, 1733-1804
Dated: Albany, Aug. 8, 1777
Keywords: Saratoga Campaign, N.Y., 1777
Downloads: 46
[texts]Letter to General Benjamin Lincoln about his wound and private expenses [manuscript] - L'Enfant, Pierre Charles, 1754-1825
Holograph, signed
Downloads: 37
[texts]Letter to General Benjamin Lincoln about paying accounts near Savannah [manuscript] - Few, William, 1748-1828
Dated: Georgia Richmond County, December 23, 1779
Downloads: 44
[texts]Letter to Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, sending news of Convention Army and minor battles [manuscript] - Glover, John, 1732-1797
Dated: Marblehead, Dec. 11, 1777
Keywords: Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792; Putnam, Israel, 1718-1790
Downloads: 37
[texts]Letter to Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, wishing him speedy recovery from leg wound [manuscript] - Fay, Jonas, 1737-1818
Dated: Bennington, Jan. 2, 1778
Downloads: 42
[texts]Letter to General Benjamin Lincoln about Charleston's defenses [manuscript] - Rutledge, John, 1739-1800
Any vessel may lay at Gadsden's Wharf to unload; hopes all guns and men may go out by night and that supplies for arsenal will be fit for use. Believes it best to confine enemy ships to Cooper's River, and to prevent their communication with Ashley River. Suggests advance to place where Captain North sounded, and to guard against enemy advance into Ashley River
Downloads: 25
[texts]Letter to General Benjamin Lincoln in Philadelphia, giving statistics on pre-Revolutionary War fishing trade [manuscript] - Derby, Elias Hasket, 1739-1799
Holograph, signed
Keywords: Fish trade
Downloads: 26
[texts]Letter to Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, dismissing Lincoln's news as false [manuscript] - Gates, Horatio, 1728-1806
Dated: Albany, Sept. 5, 1777
Downloads: 50
[texts]Letter to Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, sending money despite Office of Finance's many debts [manuscript] - Morris, Robert, 1734-1806
Holograph, signed
Downloads: 21
[texts]Letter to Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, requesting news of enemy movements [manuscript] - Pułaski, Kazimierz, 1747-1779
Dated: Farqueson's Plantation, June 13, 1779
Downloads: 39
[texts]Letter to Gen. Benjamin Lincoln congratulating him on victory at Saratoga [manuscript] - Vermont. Council of Safety
Dated: Bennington, Oct. 20, 1777
Keywords: Saratoga Campaign, N.Y., 1777
Downloads: 43
[texts]Letter to Gen. Benjamin Lincoln about Maj. David Franks, Arnold's aide [manuscript] - Arnold, Benedict, 1741-1801
Dated: Philadelphia, Apr. 6, 1779
Downloads: 57
[texts]Letter to Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, thanking him for giving Massachusetts stores [manuscript] - Vermont. Council of Safety
"Thos Chittenden President."
Downloads: 36
[texts]Letter to Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, urging him and General John Stark to hurry from Bennington to Saratoga [manuscript] - Schuyler, Philip John, 1733-1804
Asks Lincoln to inform General Stark that he has brought his case to the attention of Congress. Hopes that Stark will now waive his right for the good of the country in the present crisis, and entreats him to return at once to the army. The enemy's van is at Saratoga. Urges Lincoln to come to join him at once. Encloses the orders respecting the stores
Downloads: 45
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